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Announcements

In the fall semester, the last day to submit an Application to Get a Tutor and is the Thursday before Thanksgiving.

In the spring semester, the last day to submit an Application to Get a Tutor is the first Thursday in the month of April.

Applications continue to be accepted for students who would like to become a Tutor. If you are interested in applying for a Tutoring position visit www.esu.edu/hr, click on Student Employment@ESU and search jobs under “Student Worker” until you find Tutor (Peer). You will also need to have a Faculty Recommendation Form submitted by a Professor who is familiar with your work. Once you have completed the application and clearances, and requested the recommendation from your professor, stop in to see Dr. Perez in room 53, Rosenkrans East.

Application to Get a Tutor
Faculty Recommendation Form

The Department of Academic Enrichment and Learning offers FREE tutoring for many 100 and 200 level courses. Tutoring can take place at the Learning Center in Rosenkrans East, in the Kemp Library Entrance, and on the 3rd Floor Lobby of the Science and Technology Center.

Students may request tutors in one or more courses, or apply to become a tutor by completing the appropriate application.

Who Can Participate in the Tutoring Program?

Tutoring is available for all students enrolled at East Stroudsburg University, contingent upon the availability of Tutors. Regular, consistent, and constant participation in the ESU Tutoring Program will increase the ability of achieving academic goals for the semester.

What Are the Benefits?

  • Receive extra assistance with concepts and materials presented in class
  • Learn the material from a different point of view
  • Learn in a group setting with other students

* All tutors receive training as outlined through the College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA) Level 1 and 2 certification.

ESU tutors also conduct Final Review Sessions prior to exam week.

Types of Tutoring Sessions

Individual: Provides one-on-one support for students

Small Group: Tutors assist 2 or more students during a session. Often students find this type of tutoring valuable, as they may benefit from the thoughts, opinions, and ideas of their peers.

Drop-In Tutoring Labs: No appointment needed! These walk-in sessions are perfect for students who may not need weekly support, or are looking for support in addition to individual tutoring.

Supplemental Instruction (SI): These sessions are designed for large groups. Supplemental Instruction is a series of weekly review and discussion sessions attached to specific courses that are historically difficult for students.


What Should I Expect During a Tutoring Session?

During tutoring sessions, tutors will answer questions you have concerning class material and concepts. They will guide the discussion to allow for comprehension and understanding of material presented during a lecture. Additionally, tutors will provide suggestions on how to study and utilize different approaches to reach your academic goals. They may demonstrate how to take notes, read the textbook, and review techniques necessary for academic success.